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Matthew C. Perry's John Shaver and E.J. King's Christian Garcia try to play the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. Shaver had the match's lone goal as the Samurai won 1-0.

Matthew C. Perry's John Shaver and E.J. King's Christian Garcia try to play the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. Shaver had the match's lone goal as the Samurai won 1-0. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

High school

Baseball

South Korea

Osan 10, Humphreys 10

Saturday at Camp Henry

Cougars 2 0 5 3 _10 5 0
Blackhawks 3 2 0 5 _10 7 1

Batting — Cougars: Jaylon Grant (HR, 2 RBI, 3 SB), John Ganske (5 SB), Dash DeSilva (2B, 2 RBI). Blackhawks: Eric Ji 4-4 (2B, 3 RBI, 3 SB).

Osan 14, Daegu 1

Saturday at Camp Henry

Cougars 5 2 4 3 _14 9 1
Warriors 0 0 1 0 _1 0 1

W — Ganske 3 IP (ER, 5 BB, 5 SO, WP); L — Kadin Presley 2 2/3 IP (7 H, 11 ER, 2 BB, 2 SO, 2 HBP). Batting — Cougars: Ganske 2-3 (2B, HR, 2 RBI), Brad Yoakley 3-3 (2 2B, 3 B, 2 RBI, 3 SB). Noteworthy — Ganske and Grant combined to throw a four-inning no-hitter.

Humphreys 10, Daegu 0

Saturday at Camp Henry

Blackhawks 4 2 1 3 _10
Warriors 0 0 0 0 _0

W — Ji 4 IP (0 H, 0 ER, BB, 6 SO). Batting — Blackhawks: Ji 2-4 (3 SB), Levi Ramos (2 2B, 2 SB). Noteworthy — Ji pitched a complete-game no-hitter.

Japan

Zama 7, E.J. King 3

Saturday at Camp Zama

Cobras 0 1 1 0 1 _3 4 0
Trojans 3 2 2 0 x _7 9 2

W — Kai Kuroda 5 IP CG (4 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 5 SO, HBP). Batting — Trojans: Kierstyn Aumua (2 RBI), Blaeson Moore (3 SB), Kuroda 2-3 (2 RBI). Noteworthy — Trojans improved to 10-4.

King 3, Matthew C. Perry 2

Saturday at Camp Zama

Cobras 0 0 0 0 3 0 _3 3 1
Samurai 0 0 2 0 0 0 _2 3 3

W — Colin Schrader 6 IP CG (3 H, 0 ER, 6 BB, 7 SO). L — Nicko Elizondo 6 IP CG (3 H, 0 ER, 17 SO). Batting — Samurai: Elizondo 2-3.

Zama 8, Perry 3

Friday at Camp Zama

Samurai 0 0 0 0 3 _3 4 4
Trojans 0 0 8 0 x _8 8 0

W — Caleb Schmiedel 4 IP (H, 2 BB, 4 SO, 3 HBP). L — Clayton 4 IP (8 H, 6 ER, 3 BB, 8 SO). Batting — Trojans: Schmiedel 2-3 (2B, 2 RBI, 2 SB), Ayden Moore 3-3 (3B, 3 RBI), Hiroki Davis (2 RBI). Samurai: Elizondo 2-3.

E.J. King's Madylyn O'Neill and Matthew C. Perry's Hailey Gibbs battle for the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams battled to a scoreless draw, the Samurai's eighth tie of the season and the Cobras' ninth.

E.J. King's Madylyn O'Neill and Matthew C. Perry's Hailey Gibbs battle for the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams battled to a scoreless draw, the Samurai's eighth tie of the season and the Cobras' ninth. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

Softball

South Korea

Osan 10, Daegu 4

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

Warriors 0 0 1 3 _4 3 1
Cougars 5 5 0 x _10 5 2

W — Anne Mountcastle 4 IP (3 H, ER, BB, 8 SO, 3 WP, HBP). Batting — Cougars: Mountcastle (2B), Katelyn Edmunds (2B), Ava Perez (2 SB).

Osan 6, Humphreys 2

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

Cougars 0 0 2 2 2 _6 7 0
Blackhawks 1 1 0 0 0 _2 5 0

W — Mountcastle 5 IP (5 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 8 SO. Batting — Cougars: Mountcastle 2-3 (HR), Aaliyah Aguon 2-3 (3B). Noteworthy — Cougars improved to 4-0.

Japan

Perry 12, Zama 8

Saturday at Naval Air Facility Atsugi

Samurai 5 0 7 _12
Trojans 5 3 3 _8

W — Sera Shimakura. Batting — Samurai: Chelsea Campbell (2B, HR).

E.J. King's Katelyn Mapa and Matthew C. Perry's Towa Albsmeyer try to play the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams played to a scoreless draw, the Samurai's eighth tie of the season and the Cobras' ninth.

E.J. King's Katelyn Mapa and Matthew C. Perry's Towa Albsmeyer try to play the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams played to a scoreless draw, the Samurai's eighth tie of the season and the Cobras' ninth. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

Daegu’s Dylan Watson dribbles the ball against Osan‘s Colin Hafdahl during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Cougars won 5-1.

Daegu’s Dylan Watson dribbles the ball against Osan‘s Colin Hafdahl during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Cougars won 5-1. (Bailee McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Daegu's Andrew Im and Humphreys' Thomas Torress try to play the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Blackhawks won 4-0.

Daegu's Andrew Im and Humphreys' Thomas Torress try to play the ball during Saturday's DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Blackhawks won 4-0. (Bailee McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Soccer

Boys

South Korea

Humphreys 6, Osan 3

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Blackhawks: Kameron Verell 3 (6), Garrett Smith 2 (5), Tony Oh (1); Cougars: Landen Kubalek 2 (2), Chris Baia (1). Assists — Blackhawks: Oh 2, Verell, Smith, Nick Bell.

Osan 5, Daegu 1

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Cougars: Jose Rivera 2 (7), Kubalek (3), Kori Russell (1), Ethan Di Santo (1); Warriors: Vitale Tillman (1).

Humphreys 4, Daegu 0

Saturday at Osan Air Base

Halftime — 3-0. Goals — Oh 2 (3), Verell (8), Tristan Michel (2). Assists — Oh 2, William Lee.

Japan

Nile C. Kinnick 5, Zama 0

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Halftime — 2-0. Goals — Ryo Nishiyama (23), Otto Eisenhardt (11), Jin Tiong (4), Leon Awesso (3), Isaiah Clesca (2). Assists — Nishiyama, Alex Cato, Yuta Raqueno.

Perry 1, King 0

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Halftime — 0-0. Goal — John Shaver (2). Assist — James Williams.

Yokota 8, Robert D. Edgren 0

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Halftime — 5-0. Goals — Owen Taylor 2 (16), Carson Brown 2 (11), Senna Solberg (27), Kyrie Vazquez (7), Caleb Jones (3), Nick Prisco (1). Assists — Vazquez, Solberg, Taylor, Jones, Jaden Royster, Ryo Patton, Zemon Davis.

Matthew C. Perry’s McKenzie Mitchell dribbles upfield against E.J. King during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams battled to a scoreless draw, the Samurai’s eighth of the season and the Cobras’ ninth.

Matthew C. Perry’s McKenzie Mitchell dribbles upfield against E.J. King during Saturday’s DODEA-Japan soccer match. The teams battled to a scoreless draw, the Samurai’s eighth of the season and the Cobras’ ninth. (Raven Rayos/Special to Stripes)

Humphreys' Devin McDaniel gets twisted around as he plays the ball in front of Daegu's Jason Noak and David Tak during Saturday's DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Blackhawks won 4-0.

Humphreys' Devin McDaniel gets twisted around as he plays the ball in front of Daegu's Jason Noak and David Tak during Saturday's DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Blackhawks won 4-0. (Bailee McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Humphreys’ Matthew Hwang plays the ball in front of Osan’s Chris Baia during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Blackhawks won 6-3.

Humphreys’ Matthew Hwang plays the ball in front of Osan’s Chris Baia during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea soccer match. The Blackhawks won 6-3. (Bailee McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Girls

Japan

Yokota 9, Edgren 0

Saturday at Misawa Air Base

Halftime — 5-0. Goals — Lilly Wellons 3 (11), Keiya Carlson 2 (22), Samantha Kosinski 2 (2), Kaiya Vazquez (2). Assists — Mariah Hilliard, Carlson, Vazquez, Lucy Wellons.

Perry 0, King 0

Saturday at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni

Kinnick 3, Zama 1

Saturday at Yokosuka Naval Base

Halftime — 2-1. Goals — Red Devils: Mikaila Joi Miranda 2 (17), Bridget Pidgeon (14); Trojans: Sakura Lopez (11).

Guam

Academy of Our Lady 3, Guam High 1

Saturday at Dededo

Halftime — 2-0. Goal — Panthers: Natalie Weaver.

Humphreys' Hanna Chung took top honors in the 800 and 1,600 during Saturday's DODEA-Korea track and field meet.

Humphreys' Hanna Chung took top honors in the 800 and 1,600 during Saturday's DODEA-Korea track and field meet. (Brian K. McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Osan sophomore Alexis Jeffress jumps to victory in 9.08 meters in the triple jump during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea track and field meet at Humphreys. Jeffress also won the long jump.

Osan sophomore Alexis Jeffress jumps to victory in 9.08 meters in the triple jump during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea track and field meet at Humphreys. Jeffress also won the long jump. (Brian K. McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Track and field

South Korea

Saturday at Camp Humphreys

(Hand-timed, distances in meters)

Boys

Humphreys 316, Osan 112, Daegu 54

Shot put Ethan Elliott (Hu) 14.38 Pierre Lurhuma (Hu) 10.29 Damon Turner (Os) 10.29 Sanaree Evans 9 (Da) 10.17
Discus Elliott 37.68 Lurhuma 29.89 Evans 29.50 Dean Liufau (Hu) 26.66
High jump Adrian Perry (Os) 1.75 Turner 1.65 Amare Kinsey (Hu) 1.62 Ta'Quan Townsend (Hu) 1.57
Long jump Luke Robinson (Hu) 5.14 Jack Brockmeier (Hu) 5.07 Kaleb Jett (Hu) 5.03 Crisean Price (Hu) 4.73
Triple jump Edward Kim (Os) 10.17 Conner Floyd (Os) 8.91 John Tang (Os) 7.45
100 Jett 11.2 Devonte Saroglou (Hu) 11.7 Kyle Foerst (Os) 11.8 Michael Jones (Da) 11.8
110 hurdles Isaac Robinson (Hu) 16.5 Darryl Veal Jr. (H 19.1 Jacob Dickerson (Da) 21.5 David Evans (Da) 23.5
200 Jones 24.9 Kevin Banchs (Hu) 25.2 Foerst 25.3 Azsellia Brown (Da) 25.3
300 hurdles I.Robinson 42.1 L.Robinson 46.9 Veal 48.1 Dickerson 51.6
400 Perry 56.2 Kinsey 56.4 Adam May (Hu) 57.1 Brockmeier 58.1
400 relay Humphreys 45.2 Osan 48.0 Daegu 53.0
800 May 2:16.0 Andrew Wahlgren (Hu) 2:18.3 Jax Watson (Hu) 2:21.3 Vassili Sanchez (Hu) 2:24.6
1,600 Watson 4:59.4 Wahlgren 4:59.8 Townsend 5:03.3 Joshua Newton (Hu) 2:24.6
1,600 relay Humphreys 3:57.7 Humphreys 4:00.8 Osan 4:52.4
3,200 Joseph Siani (Hu) 13:00.0 Caleb Smith (Hu) 13:07.3 Ethan Hoback (Os) 13:50.2 Owen Carroll (Os) 14:23.8
3,200 relay Humphreys 10:11.4 Osan 11:15.4
Sprint medley Humphreys 4:03.9 Humphreys 4:20.2 Osan 4:36.5

Girls

Humphreys 227, Osan 101, Daegu 74

Shot put Xoie James (Os) 8.89 Ingrid Pele (Os) 6..69 Arianna Crimson (Hu) 6.66 Lillian Crimson (Hu) 6.16
Discus Pele 22.57 A.Crimson 20.47 James 17.25 Nacala Bollinger (Da) 16.60
High jump Jazmirra McClendon (Da) 1.42 Dymon Elliot (Da) 1.29 Kennedy Smith (Hu) 1.19 Lydia Tang (Os) 1.19
Long jump Alexis Jeffress (Os) 4.17 Mackenzie Roche (Hu) 4.04 Isabella Quiros (Hu) 3.15 Bollinger 3.46
Triple jump Jeffress 9.08
100 Shaniya Gardner (Da) 13.9 Jayla McGhee (Hu) 14.1 Laurie Petracca (Hu) 14.2 McClendon 14.3
100 hurdles Gardner 17.3 Anayah Reyes (Hu) 17.4 Jeffress 18.6 Alaina Areniego (Hu) 20.1
200 McGhee 29.6 McClendon 29.8 Bri'an Watson (Hu) 29.9 Gardner 30.1
300 hurdles Reyes 53.5 Jeffress 55.4 Areniego 1:00.3 Kayla Randall (Da) 1:02.6
400 Aneres Peoples (Hu) 1:06.6 Elizabeth Troxel (Hu) 1:09.2 Paloma Barron (Os) 1:13.9 Ashley Kosterman (Hu) 1:14.8
400 relay Humphreys 52.2 Daegu 58.7
800 Hanna Chung (Hu) 2:47.7 Kosterman 2:59.1 Jane Mason (Hu) 3:00.8 Madeline Gee (Hu) 3:05.9
1,600 Chung 6:03.7 Gee 6:39.7 Natalie Lords (Hu) 6:42.4 Nichole Winterton (Hu) 6:51.4
1,600 relay Humphreys 5:01.0
3,200 Mason 15:09.1 Chloe Weatherwax (Os) 15:41.8
Sprint medley Humphreys 4:57.2
From right, Jax Watson, Andrew Wahlgren and Ta’Quan Townsend led a 1-2-3 finish for Humphreys in the 1,600 during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea track and field meet.

From right, Jax Watson, Andrew Wahlgren and Ta’Quan Townsend led a 1-2-3 finish for Humphreys in the 1,600 during Saturday’s DODEA-Korea track and field meet. (Brian K. McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Humphreys junior Ethan Elliott swept the shot put and discus for the second straight week in DODEA-Korea track and field.

Humphreys junior Ethan Elliott swept the shot put and discus for the second straight week in DODEA-Korea track and field. (Brian K. McCollum/Special to Stripes)

Japan

DODEA-Japan district finals

Saturday at Yokota Air Base

(Distances in meters)

Boys

Nile C. Kinnick 221.5, St. Mary’s 119.5, Yokota 88.5, Christian Academy Japan 58.75, American School In Japan 55.5, Robert D. Edgren 37, Zama 21.75, Matthew C. Perry 13, E.J. King 12

Shot put Jamie Marshall (CAJ) 11.00 Nicholas Sales (Yok) 10.83 Kai Harbert (Yok) 10.45 Aiden Ern (Yok) 9.30
Discus Harbert 33.96 Sales 31.81 Marshall 27.89 Jared Bojorquiz (NCK) 25.50
High jump John Sakaguchi (CAJ) 1.75 Nathan Fillon (ASIJ) 1.65 Gabriel Sakaguchi (Edg) 1.65 Xavier Wright (NCK) 1.60
Long jump Sakaguchi 6.29 Tate Rannow (Yok) 5.24 Kennedy Hamilton (NCK) 5.41 Devin Jackson (NCK) 5.19
Triple jump Rigel Devey (NCK) 10.59 Wright 10.36 Kenji Buckner (NCK) 9.98 Michael Holloway (NCK) 9.95
100 Jeremiah Hines (NCK) 11.31 John Sakaguchi (CAJ) 11.39 Justin Minimo (EJK) 11.99 Marcus Woods (Yok) 12.07
110 hurdles Angelo Dulce (NCK) 18.83 Gabriel Escalera (Zama) 19.37 Terrelle Turner (NCK) 20.67 Asheer Wise (Yok) 22.01
200 Hines 22.69 Sakaguchi 23.71 Elijah Aquil (NCK) 24.45 Ren Aomi (ASIJ) 24.47
300 hurdles Escalera 45.69 Dulce 45.73 Holloway 47.63 Turner 47.91
400 Hines 51.92 David Blake (Edg) 54.88 Tate Rannow (Yok) 55.06 Kennedy Hamilton (NCK) 55.45
400 relay Kinnick 46.11 Yokota 47.49 CAJ 48.75 Edgren 49.15
800 Jong In Lee (SM) 2:10.67 Muku Nomura (SM) 2:11.93 Kairi Mano (SM) 2:13.45 Arashi Blocton (NCK) 2:16.29
1,600 Take Zoot (ASIJ) 4:33.85 Austin Shinzato (NCK) 4:35.59 Sam Barbir (ASIJ) 4:38.53 William Beardsley (SM) 4:40.79
1,600 relay St. Mary's 3:47.17 Kinnick 3:57.23 Edgren 4:04.51 ASIJ 4:12.97
3,200 Beardsley 10:11.24 Shinzato 10:13.00 Barbir 10:21.96 Franklin Richter (SM) 10:22.64
3,200 relay St. Mary's 8:48.37 St. Mary's 9:18.95 Perry 10:08.23 Edgren 11:00.05
Sprint medley Yokota 3:56.85 Kinnick 4:02.29 Edgren 4:07.89 St. Mary's 4:16.25

Girls

Zama 163, Kinnick 148, Edgren 110, Yokota 60, Sacred Heart 47, ASIJ 44, CAJ 26, Seisen 16, King 13, Perry 5

Shot put Cierra San Nicholas (NCK) 8.11 Tiffany Eddy (Yok) 7.96 Danielle Kouamo (Zam) 7.17 Tavonna Hawkins (Zama) 7.03
Discus Theori Lindsay (Zama) 20.16 Eddy 19.42 San Nicholas 19.30 Maya Rogers (ASIJ) 19.03
High jump Julia Schouw (ASIJ) 1.40 Liz Johnson (Ed) 1.35 Aiko Galvin (Yok) 1.35 Samantha Crisci (NCK) 1.30
Long jump Naviah Blizzard (Zama) 4.13 Tianna King (Zama) 4.09 Madison Anderson (Zama) 4.09 Tiana Greer (SH) 4.06
Triple jump Kouamo 8.70 Krestyn Ivy (Zama) 8.17 San Nicholas 7.42 Daja Warren (NCK) 7.40
100 Anderson 12.98 Elizabeth Johnson (Edg) 13.40 Jasmine Williams (NCK) 13.44 Zalea Washington (Edg) 13.68
100 hurdles Crisci 17.24 Blizzard 17.68 Trinity Stegall (Yok) 17.77 Sara Snyder (Yok) 19.90
200 Anderson 26.59 Stegall 27.89 Johnsn 27.93 I'Lei Washington (Edg) 28.07
300 hurdles Crisci 48.83 Stegall 51.63 Anastasia Poliakova (SH) 55.17 Ja'Lilah Brice (NCK) 55.21
400 I.Washington 1:04.06 Crisci 1:06.58 Williams 1:06.74 Jazmin Calliste (NCK) 1:07.69
400 relay Edgren 52.37 Zama 52.41 CAJ 56.75 ASIJ 56.99
800 Morgan Erler (Edg) 2:33.99 Lilianna Fennessey (Zama) 2:36.43 Ashley Grantham (Sei) 2:37.45 Kiera Potter (CAJ) 2:40.89
1,600 Erler 5:22.45 Sofia Sato (SH) 5:30.57 Fennessey 5:35.07 Annika Elstrom (ASIJ) 5:46.55
1,600 relay Edgren 4:45 Yokota 4:27.32 Zama 4:49.42 Sacred Heart 4:51.40
3,200 Erler 11:40.45 Sato 11:51.00 Fennessey 12:17.00 Chloe McCormick (ASIJ) 12:42.00
3,200 relay Zama 12:22.92 Edgren 12:49.50
Sprint medley Sacred Heart 4:45.87 Kinnick 4:48.53 Zama 5:14.87 Yokota 5:15.19

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Dave Ornauer has been employed by or assigned to Stars and Stripes Pacific almost continuously since March 5, 1981. He covers interservice and high school sports at DODEA-Pacific schools and manages the Pacific Storm Tracker.
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